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Historic Wilmington Foundation’s 20th annual Preservation Awards

The Historic Wilmington Foundation held their 20th annual Preservation Awards ceremony tonight.

FIRST ON 3 UPDATE: Pruden paying for own legal fees

As the defamation lawsuit against former Brunswick County Schools Superintendent Edward Pruden goes through the court process, we've learned who is going to pay for the legal fees.

First Veteran’s Amnesty Day announced in North Carolina

This afternoon, Judicial Officials from five counties in our area announced a regional amnesty day for Veterans and their spouses.

FIRST ON 3: Chief promises more info in domestic turned chase Tuesday

video Wilmington's Police Chief says he will release more information early next week about a domestic situation that led to a chase that ended at WPD headquarters.

Wilmington man pleads guilty to 2nd degree murder

video22 year-old Terrell Robinson appeared in court today for the gang-related shooting of a young man in 2012. Robinson plead guilty to a 2nd degree murder charge. Now, family friends that were at the murder are speaking out against gang violence.

Courthouse open despite weather

videoNew Hanover County court was on a two hour delay Wednesday. The courthouse opened at 10 a.m. despite the weather.

Jury selection begins in rape trial

videoToday was the first day of jury selection for a rape case that happened almost three years ago.

Courthouse to reopen Friday after beetle infestation

videoThe New Hanover County Courthouse will be crawling with people again tomorrow, after it had been crawling with bugs. That's the problem that closed the courthouse today. But what was a bed bug scare turned out to be an infestation by a different pest.

New Hanover Co. Courthouse closed Thursday because of bed bugs

The New Hanover County Courthouse will be closed Thursday because of bed bugs. Chief District Court Judge Jay Corpening says the exterminator is due in the morning, but it will take most of the day to deal with the bugs.

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North Carolina man accused of assaulting firemen during fire

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Pet Pals: 6-month-old Pitbull is looking for his forever home

This week’s Pet Pal is a 6-month-old Pitbull named Prince and is in need of a forever home after being found as a stray.